Macron’s systematical approach to European policy

Emmanuel Macron is the first president to so extensively integrate European policy into France’s domestic politics, notes Eric Maurice, head of the Schuman Foundation’s Brussels branch. “We’re getting to a point where certain French ideas are much more accepted in Europe. This is the case, for example, with strategic autonomy, industrial sovereignty or carbon border adjustment,” he notes.

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